A walk in the score
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The Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune is one of the most challenging pieces for any conductor: here’s an analysis of the piece with a few conducting tips.
Brahms Symphony n.1 from a conductor’s perspective: the first movement
Looking at Johannes Brahms Symphony n.1 from a conductor’s perspective: the key factors of tempo, balance, dynamics, and lines in the introduction.
Heart breaking and passionate to the bones, Polo concludes the cycle of De Falla “Siete canciones populares españolas” with a lover screaming his head off.
Second to last of the De Falla “Siete canciones populares españolas”, Canción is apparently cheerful, but an underlying anger accompanies the whole piece.
An Andalusian lullaby, Nana is gloomy, sad, soothing and cradling, all in two pages of pure beauty as part of De Falla “Siete canciones populares españolas”
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